In this activity, students will practice talking about their families and each other's families. Students will begin by describing famous families and how each member is related to each other. Then they will practice fingerspelling names. Their main activity will be to describe their family tree with a partner and then describe their partner's family tree.
In this activity, students will practice describing appearances to each other. Students will play a virtual fashion show for their warm-up before moving on to a game of "Guess Who" with a partner.
Students will practice describing different body parts in French. Students will also practice talking about their daily routine with a partner
Students will begin by drawing their partner and describing them to the group using one comparative and one superlative. Then students will play a board game that will help them make sentences using one comparative and one superlative
This course is an introduction to measurement technology and describes the theoretical foundations and practical examples of measurement systems. The analyzing of measurements problems and specifying of measurements systems are the main subjects that are treated in this course, where the main focus will be on the different kind of measurement errors and the concept of uncertainty in measurement results. Electronic measurement instrumentation will be introduced; a number of conventional sensors for the measurement of non-electronic variables will be described, as well as electronic circuits for the reading of the sensors.-Analyzing of measurement problems-Describing of measurement problems -Analyzing the measurement quantity-Analyzing the measurement boundaries for a quantity to be measured in different circumstances-Professional use of the measurement system-Describing the operating principle of conventional instruments for electronic measurements.-Comparing the available measurement instruments on the basis of quality and accuracy.-Realization of simple measurement setups.-Using the electronic sensor for the measurement of non-electronic variables.-Using a simple signal processing circuits for the reading of the sensors.-Analyzing, presenting and interpreting of measurement results;-Recognizing and describing of error sources.
Students will better their fingerspelling skills by making a short story with their lab mates. In the main activity, students will play a game, while learning about physical descriptions and additional information about a person.